Coffee – Helping or Harming You?

Coffee is the second most popular drink worldwide with over 400 million cups downed a day by Americans alone. The statistics on coffee obsession are staggering, but not surprising if you catch a glimpse of the local Starbucks line around 8 in the morning. Of all the...

Tips For Staying Healthy in the New Year

TIPS FOR STAYING HEALTHY IN THE NEW YEAR It’s the beginning of a new year and a fresh start so if you have not already, now is the time to set some new goals, specifically for your health. This past year was a tough one all around and most of us are feeling it...

Breast Cancer

“Menopausal women have the ability to reduce their chance of breast cancer by 14% by walking 7 hours per week. That’s one hour per day.” -Laura Renegar, Be Organic Podcast Ep. 47 This is a reassuring statistic. There are lots of ways we can reduce our risks and...

The Skin Microbiome – Acne & Eczema

If you're struggling with acne or inflammation like eczema, it's time to treat these skin problems as a symptom, not a condition. Stomach inflammation, chronic body inflammation, gut imbalances, and oxidative stress (which is essentially free radical damage) are all...
Coffee – Helping or Harming You?

Coffee – Helping or Harming You?

Coffee is the second most popular drink worldwide with over 400 million cups downed a day by Americans alone. The statistics on coffee obsession are staggering, but not surprising if you catch a glimpse of the local Starbucks line around 8 in the morning. Of all the...

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Tips For Staying Healthy in the New Year

Tips For Staying Healthy in the New Year

TIPS FOR STAYING HEALTHY IN THE NEW YEAR It’s the beginning of a new year and a fresh start so if you have not already, now is the time to set some new goals, specifically for your health. This past year was a tough one all around and most of us are feeling it...

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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

“Menopausal women have the ability to reduce their chance of breast cancer by 14% by walking 7 hours per week. That’s one hour per day.” -Laura Renegar, Be Organic Podcast Ep. 47 This is a reassuring statistic. There are lots of ways we can reduce our risks and...

read more
The Skin Microbiome – Acne & Eczema

The Skin Microbiome – Acne & Eczema

If you're struggling with acne or inflammation like eczema, it's time to treat these skin problems as a symptom, not a condition. Stomach inflammation, chronic body inflammation, gut imbalances, and oxidative stress (which is essentially free radical damage) are all...

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All About Fasting

All About Fasting

There are many forms of fasting. From water fasting, intermittent fasting, and even something called "fast mimicking diet," there are lots of options to choose from if you are searching for a new way of eating that works for your body. One of the 'buzz words' that you...

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All About Oral Health

All About Oral Health

Every system in your body is uniquely connected, but did you ever think that your teeth could be connected to your heart health, joint pain, or gut health? Not only can your teeth and gums tell you a lot about what is going on in your body, but they can also be...

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Tips for Buying Organic

Tips for Buying Organic

Ready to start buying organic but don't know how to make the switch? Start small! No need to throw out your entire refrigerator. Here are our favorite tips for buying organic: Buy in season! Fruits and vegetables are cheapest and freshest when they are in season. Find...

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What Does USDA-Certified Organic Mean?

What Does USDA-Certified Organic Mean?

Clean Juice is the first USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise in the country. What does that mean? Is being certified organic really better for you? Is it more than just a seal? Organic produce is healthier, safer, and more sustainable than foods grown in...

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Be Kind to Your Body

Be Kind to Your Body

We all grew up with our parents, grandparents and teachers preaching the "be nice to others" card -no hitting, give back, share, say please and thank you -but who taught us how to be nice to our bodies? Did our elders intentionally neglect to teach us the importance...

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